A Train-the-Trainer Seminar and Roundtable, July 24-25, 2012 in St. Louis, MO
The Resource Sharing Project ARRA TA team is excited to share the many resources gathered and developed at our recent train-the-trainer seminar and coalition roundtable with a focus on sustainability! This exciting... more
"So, what do you do?"
When you hear this dreaded question at a potluck, party or family gathering, do you want to shrink into the corner, answer vaguely or just make something up? Many of us have had the experience that following the reply, "I work to end rape," people lurch back, avow their own... more
As transportation costs soared and the economy struggled this summer, employers across the country, including federal and state government agencies, took a renewed look at flexible options for employees including working "4 10's" (four days of 10 hours each), work from home, and alternative... more
For those new to coalition work or aspects of coalition work, the RSP has created this Toolkit to help you get started in your new role. Each section has a collection of articles and tools that were created by coalition staff for coalition staff. Click a section below to get started.
If you are a... more
The SASP grants to sexual assault coalitions are a flexible funding source designed to support the critical work of sexual assault and dual coalitions as they advocate for survivors in their states and territories. This paper provides background information on the program and a number of key... more
The RSP is excited to share the Sex Offender Management White Paper that was developed from our RSP Topical Meeting on Sex Offender Management in October 2013. There were rich and important discussions that took place. We hope coalitions will find this information useful in working and thinking... more